These are answers to some of the common questions we are asked. If you have any other questions, please email email@example.com.
Q. Do I need to make a reservation?
A. Over 12 people - yes, we can make you a reservation dependent on availability. Group bookings until 3pm are for a maximum of 3 hours to facilitate later bookings. Under 12 people, you do not require a booking, just come on down. We leave a large volume of the venue for walk ins only., Our venue is very large, able to seat 250 easily.
Q. Can I reserve a table in the beer garden?
A. Unfortunately not. This is our prime real estate, everyone wants to sit there so the fairest way is for us to keep it available to walk ins.
Q. Can I bring a cake?
A. Yes you can. Should you wish for our staff to provide candles, plate and serve your cake for you, a $2 pp cakeage fee will incur. However, you're welcome to pop in with your own disposable plates, candles & cutlery at no additional charge.
Q. What time does this kitchen close?
A. 9.30pm every night except Friday and Saturday when it is open until 10pm.
Q. Can I bring my dog?
A. Absolutely! You can have your dog with on a leash at all times, in the beer garden side of the venue.
Q. Are children welcome?
A. Yes, we have a fantastic wooden cubby house and a kids colouring menu. However, we ask all parents to supervise their children at all time and to ensure their child has shoes on at all times. Management has a duty of care to provide a safe venue and enforce the rules to maintain that duty of care.
Q. Does the brewery offer tours?
A. We sure do. No bookings are required for our free brewery tours and tastings every Saturday and Sunday at 12pm. Tours and tastings may be booked outside these days and times for $5 pp/tour or $10 pp/tasting (3 beers), conducted by one of our on-staff Certified Cicerones. To book a tour, please email us.